When we deal with everyday tasks, we are using the WHOLE of our brains to successfully complete the task. However, due to the intricacy of the modern world and changes taking place, the emphasis on skills and abilities has shifted to rather favour right brain competencies, than left brain functions.

For us to take responsible and accountable decisions, our levels of awareness needs to be calibrated and in equilibrium with our conscious, sub-conscious and unconscious minds in order for us to achieve the most efficient level of making choices. This indicated level of "mind" fine-tuning is crucial, especially when we deal with complex decisions; and less important when we deal with simple decisions.

Apart from our levels of awareness calibration (i.e. our mindset ), we also need to establish and sustain a harmonious synchronicity between our right and left brain action modalities and functions. We REQUIRE both hemispheres of our "brain perspectives" (i.e the whole brain) to ultimately take a responsible decisions and make accountable choices. We need...
  • our LEFT-BRAIN perspective to... break the whole of a problem or issue into its basic components to grasp the nature of their relation, interactions and contributions to maintain the problem; especially recurring patterns. Our left-brain focuses mainly on those details that have an emotional impact at the present moment and develops very precise and logical plans that are frequently quite difficult to apply. Our left-brain perspective DOES NOT seek to know the reason or justification of a goal or objective, but rather focus on how to get there. The left-brain is our "theoretical practitioner" that frequently launches practical actions. Our left-brain is the center for abstract thought and analyzes elements, components or functions in a linear or sequential fashion. Our left-brain has accurate reasoning competencies, has sound judgement and is gifted in languages and the exact sciences.
  • our RIGHT-BRAIN perspective to... maintain a holistic overview (i.e. bigger picture) of things such as obstacles, problems, dualities, issues and difficulties. Our right-brain relates different events, situations and circumstances to each other and focus on the effects of their mutual interactions. Our right-brain can accommodate or act on many variables at the same time in order to achieve an objective. Our right- brain perspective develops broad outlines plans after having first set very specific objectives (i.e. establish priorities). Our right-brain is our "practical theorist" that frequently launches our purpose, destiny and meaning in life. Our right-brain has a "concrete mind" that relies heavily on experience and thought process based on intuition. Our right-brain can absorbs a great deal of information AT ONCE and integrates it gradually; a trait that allows us to consider highly complex matters. Our right-brain rules our intuition, art, symbolism and creative abilities.
Complex decisions (i.e. long term choices) normally consists of, or can be break down into a series of simple decisions (i.e. short term choices), which steadily propel us productively in the "direction" of obtaining our life goals. Thus - in essence - long term choices primarily use our right-brain perspectives and functions, medium term choices are a balanced approach between left/right-brain modalities and short term choices (i.e. simple decisions) operates mainly from our left-brain perspectives and functions. Which can be illustrated as follows...

The context and implication of decisions compel us to balance our choice strategies accordingly.

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